Weld.Plugins.Episerver 1.1.1

The official Weld add-on to Episerver, allows you to add embed Weld interactive content and animations as blocks in Episerver.

Install-Package Weld.Plugins.Episerver -Version 1.1.1
dotnet add package Weld.Plugins.Episerver --version 1.1.1
<PackageReference Include="Weld.Plugins.Episerver" Version="1.1.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Weld.Plugins.Episerver --version 1.1.1
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Weld (www.weld.io) is a content creation tool that makes it easy to embed interactive content and animations into any e-commerce platform or CMS. Episerver (including Epi Commerce) is no exception.

→ Read more about Weld and Episerver

Weld

Installing the Episerver add-on

  1. Install the Nuget package, see instructions on:

https://www.nuget.org/packages/Weld.Plugins.Episerver/

  1. Add a new Weld block:

Create Weld block

  1. Set the Weld project ID*:

Weld block settings

*Normally you find the project ID in the Publish → Embed dialog in the Weld editor. For testing purposes, you can use the project ID -KnFLpDQBkVmHSYUF4AG (note the initial dash).

Optionally, you can set a screen ID too. Otherwise Weld will use the default screen in the project. For testing purposes, you can use either blank or the screen ID -LG-O2hzPrlVSXY13UN8 (note the initial dash).

  1. Save the page and preview it in Episerver.

Contacting support

Email support@weld.io if you have any questions.

Weld (www.weld.io) is a content creation tool that makes it easy to embed interactive content and animations into any e-commerce platform or CMS. Episerver (including Epi Commerce) is no exception.

→ Read more about Weld and Episerver

Weld

Installing the Episerver add-on

  1. Install the Nuget package, see instructions on:

https://www.nuget.org/packages/Weld.Plugins.Episerver/

  1. Add a new Weld block:

Create Weld block

  1. Set the Weld project ID*:

Weld block settings

*Normally you find the project ID in the Publish → Embed dialog in the Weld editor. For testing purposes, you can use the project ID -KnFLpDQBkVmHSYUF4AG (note the initial dash).

Optionally, you can set a screen ID too. Otherwise Weld will use the default screen in the project. For testing purposes, you can use either blank or the screen ID -LG-O2hzPrlVSXY13UN8 (note the initial dash).

  1. Save the page and preview it in Episerver.

Contacting support

Email support@weld.io if you have any questions.

Release Notes

First release

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.1.1 113 4/18/2019
1.0.0 250 6/26/2018